Person    | Male  Born 13/4/1817  Died 22/1/1906

George Holyoake

Radical journalist, secularist and promoter of the Co-operative Movement. Born Birmingham as George Jacob Holyoake. He coined the term "secularism" in 1851 and "jingoism" in 1878. He edited a secularist paper, the Reasoner, 1846-61, and a co-operative paper, The English Leader, 1864 -7. Died Brighton.

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George Holyoake

George Jacob Holyoake, 1817 - 1906, radical journalist, secularist and promot...

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Edward Lloyd

Edward Lloyd

Publisher and newspaper proprietor. Born Thornton Heath. His publishing career began at the lower end with sensational stories and Charles Dickens' plagiarisms/parodies, such as 'Oliver Twiss' and ...

Person, Journalism / Publishing

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Leonard Woolf

Leonard Woolf

Author and publisher. Born Leonard Sidney Woolf in Kensington. After working in the Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) Civil Service, he returned to Britain where he met and married Virginia Stephen. Together ...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Literature, Ceylon

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Henry White

Henry White

Edited the Sunday Times, from the first edition in 1822.

Person, Journalism / Publishing

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Hogarth Press

Hogarth Press

Publishing house founded by Leonard and Virginia Woolf. It grew from a hobby to become a business, publishing the works of the members of the Bloomsbury Group and books on psychoanalysis and foreig...

Group, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial
Pennant's London

Pennant's London

A book about London published in the early 1800s. The Picture Source website does not make it clear that this picture is from Pennant's London, but it is such an apposite picture that we captured i...

Person, History, Journalism / Publishing

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